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Thread: Z87 Professional HDM in (A Style)




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    Default Z87 Professional HDM in (A Style)

    Hello

    I want to connect my PS4 to PC but cant get it working, thing i do: 1) connecting my PS4 to Z87 pro HDMI in 2) connecting my monitor to VGA (PCIe) HDMI out.
    Not working. and what is the ''hotkey'' to switch between outputs?

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    Default Re: Z87 Professional HDM in (A Style)

    For your board, you must have the F-Stream utility installed so you can run it and create the hotkey definition in the HDMI-IN function tool.

    That will let you switch the HDMI output to the HDMI in jack.

    A hotkey is a defined sequence of keystrokes (Alt-C for example) that does some special work, like switching the HDMI output port to connect to the HDMI-In port.

    This is all explained in your board's manual.

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    Thanks it did helped but i guess monitor out has to be connected to motherboard VGA? Is there a way to use PCIe VGA as output? (i've downloaded manual but cant find an aswer to my question)

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    Default Re: Z87 Professional HDM in (A Style)

    No, it only works with the on-board Intel graphics, the on-board VGA.

    You would need to enable the on-board graphics in the BIOS first, and of course have an HDMI cable connected to the on-board HDMI output, which is then connected to your monitor.

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